Definition of Countersuits

1. Noun. (plural of countersuit) ¹



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Definition of Countersuits

1. countersuit [n] - See also: countersuit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Countersuits

counterstroke
counterstrokes
counterstruck
counterstudies
counterstudy
counterstyle
counterstyles
countersubject
countersubjects
countersubversion
countersue
countersued
countersues
countersuing
countersuit
countersuits (current term)
countersung
countersunk
countersunk hole
countersurge
countersurges
countersurveillance
countersway
countersways
countertactic
countertactics
countertendencies
countertendency
countertenor
countertenors

Literary usage of Countersuits

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1. The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science by Johns Hopkins University (1907)
"... any corn but " what shall be for his own present necessary subsistence " until the division of the whole.28 Smith and Clark soon brought countersuits, ..."

2. The Financial Policy of Corporations by Arthur Stone Dewing (1920)
"distinctly matters of accident, the only certain thing being a variety of suits and countersuits, all based on the desire of some faction to gain a ..."

3. Trusts, Pools, and Corporations by William Zebina Ripley (1916)
"Then began a long series of suits and countersuits in connection with the activity of a reorganization committee ; which, judged by results, seems to have ..."

4. The Early History of Cuba, 1492-1586 by Irene Aloha Wright (1916)
"... conducting suits and countersuits with respect to it: out of it Bayamo had not in Castillo's time got any church at all,—neither the hermitage which the ..."

5. Maryland During the English Civil Wars by Bernard Christian Steiner (1906)
"... any corn but " what shall be for his own present necessary subsistence " until the division of the whole.20 Smith and Clark soon brought countersuits, ..."

6. The Cost of Living (1913)
"... while the people and the trusts were fighting it out through endless investigations and rhythmic successions of suits and countersuits. ..."

7. Storms Over the Urban Forest: Planning, Responding, and Regreening by Lisa L. Burban, John W. Anderson (1996)
"... Tree Hazards and the Community Forestry Program Lawsuits and countersuits are becoming part of the American way of life. ..."

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